Margibi County


Margibi is a county on the north to the central coast of Liberia, with the area of the county measuring 2,616 square kilometers (1,010 sq. mi). As of the 2008 Census, it had a population of 199,689, making it the sixth most populous county in Liberia.

Margibi County is famous for its numerous rubber plantations, paramount among them being the Firestone and Salala plantations; the County can boast of some excellent educational institutions, including the famous Booker T. Washington Institute (BWI) in Kakata, and the Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute (KRTTI); the main livelihood activities are subsistence agriculture, rubber tapping, and charcoal production; a narrow coastal plain extends inland from the coastline, and the land gradually rises to the high Bong Range in the Northwest and Gibi Mountain in the North  

Investment Opportunities:
Agricultural production and many cash crops, rubber tapping and charcoal production, hydroelectric power generation, forestry and timber, infrastructure, and manufacturing. Firestone Rubber Plantation
is located in Margibi County.